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Thursday, 6 July 2017

Policewoman arrested for releasing Evans the kidnapper after he was captured in 2006

A policewoman has been accused of helping suspected kidnapper Chukwudumeje George Onwuamadike (aka Evans the kidnapper) escape justice in 2006. The woman identified as Tina was until her arrest, a Chief Superintendent of Police (CSP). She was unveiled by a Special Investigation Panel  (SIP) put together by  Inspector General of Police (IGP) Ibrahim Idris to probe Evans’ 2006 arrest, transfer from Lagos State to Imo State and eventual release.
After the Evans was arrested last month, a senior police officer told reporters that his team had apprehended Evans in 2006 after a bank robbery. The officer claimed that Evans and his gang members had a gun duel at the National Theatre in Surulere, Lagos Mainland after a disagreement in sharing their loot.

According to the officer, Tina, who was a Superintendent of Police (SP) at that time, mounted pressure on them to release Evans and two of his members who had been arrested at that time, but they refused to grant her request,.

So she went through Imo State Command, where a signal was sent for the transfer of the suspects.

After this was revealed and thoroughly investigated, Tina was arrested.

He said the police might soon release statement on the issue. A soucre close to The Nation said:
“I can tell you that Tina is not the woman’s real name but I won’t give you her name. I can also tell you she’s now a CSP and still in service. So many officers took part in that 2006/2007 release of Evans and they are being investigated. The panel has made progress and almost all of them have been identified. An official statement might be release by the authorities soon.”


Source: The Nation

30 comments:

livingstone chibuike said...

very gud

Anonymous said...

Imagine a whole CSP.This d only reason at times u don't blame d mass for jungle justice. A system where the Nigerians don't have fate in the police that are ment to protect thier lives. Evans is just an example many other bad crocks still walk away from police net after being taking there and settling dia dues. The nigerian police are so corrupt, i want to ask a question, d squad dat went to get Evans dint d recover luts like stacks of cash, gadgets, cars gold watches and necklaces, was it accounted for? I bet u if it was efcc that went on that raid you will see a huge sum of cash, cos d likes of Evans only keeps change in his bank d main cash is stored at home. Show me one good nigerian police and I will show u his grave. I pity this country.

Anonymous said...

Imagine a whole CSP.This d only reason at times u don't blame d mass for jungle justice. A system where the Nigerians don't have fate in the police that are ment to protect thier lives. Evans is just an example many other bad crocks still walk away from police net after being taking there and settling dia dues. The nigerian police are so corrupt, i want to ask a question, d squad dat went to get Evans dint d recover luts like stacks of cash, gadgets, cars gold watches and necklaces, was it accounted for? I bet u if it was efcc that went on that raid you will see a huge sum of cash, cos d likes of Evans only keeps change in his bank d main cash is stored at home. Show me one good nigerian police and I will show u his grave. I pity this country.

Afolabi Caleb said...

Datz bera jare

Anonymous said...

Imagine a whole CSP.This d only reason at times u don't blame d mass for jungle justice. A system where the Nigerians don't have fate in the police that are ment to protect thier lives. Evans is just an example many other bad crocks still walk away from police net after being taking there and settling dia dues. The nigerian police are so corrupt, i want to ask a question, d squad dat went to get Evans dint d recover luts like stacks of cash, gadgets, cars gold watches and necklaces, was it accounted for? I bet u if it was efcc that went on that raid you will see a huge sum of cash, cos d likes of Evans only keeps change in his bank d main cash is stored at home. Show me one good nigerian police and I will show u his grave. I pity this country.

chemmywalata walata said...

The billionaire's money has been working for him lol

Eddy Ogbunambala said...

Good

Vivian Reginalds said...

HOW MUCH DID THEY PAY HER?
-D great anonymous now as Vivian Reginalds

tsalz said...

Good for her

Anonymous said...

The police, Evans and co are members of the same gang.
Some stand on the road in uniform and some driving around in stolen cars

Anonymous said...

Good job,God will open there secreet one by one.

Manuel Kunmi said...

Yes oooooo she's equally responsible

Anonymous said...

Good job mr idris,god be with nigeria police,

Anonymous said...

Aiye lee ibosi o. Hahaha Nigeria we hail thee! Gal6:7

Olajide Olushola said...

This is real Karma, Maybe cases like this will make Nigeria policemen to think twice before doing anything. it will one day catch up with them

kayode odusanya said...

When your sins come back to bight you in a$$ after 11 years. I am sure she has longed finished and forgotten about the bribe she was paid to release Evans back then.


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NaijaDeltaBabe said...

Money speaks different languages to all of us


... Merited happiness

Anonymous said...

Ihe ojooo. See what you did since 2006 has come to hunt you now. The bible said it. No son will go unpunished. Weldone madam cos.

Anonymous said...

Not just the Police alone are accomplices, they should also identify and arrest all the medical personnel, doctors, nurses involved providing health care for kidnapped victims while in captivity for extended periods. The dragnet should extend also to Bank officials aiding the kidnappers.

Anonymous said...

The police, army, judiciary, politicians, civil servants etc are ALL corrupt and ALL have a price. Sad

adams oshiomole said...

very good

OSINANL said...

NA WAH

Anonymous said...

Foolish bastard. Condemn the whole police because of one person. As of you won't do same. Foolish ignorant and Talkative bastard

Anonymous said...

Please set a good precedence with these culprits. We need to trust the force. The force be with you.

kennnedy james said...

You are so right buddy...
Thank you so much

Doris Ohagudo said...

If Nigeria is the 5th most dangerous place in the world then America is the most deadliest place on this planet.alot of shit goes down on a daily basis in America yet no one is naming them so that investors will keep bringing their money in the country while the poor African countries are being condemned to scare away investors.idiot wicked white supremacists

Chi Jeremiah said...

9ce 1

Anonymous said...

And you are supposed to be a Nigerian.

Anonymous said...

Evans
Boko Haram
Fulani Herdsmen
Corrupt Leadership
Greedy Nigerians

You all are the same

Anonymous said...

And then, the Evans has "disappeared'. What a place called Nigeria.

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